Three Twitter Threads

May 2, 2018

(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I've been heads-down this week preparing for some upcoming talks, so not as much blogging as usual this week. But there have been some interesting conversations on Twitter this week that you may be interested to check out if you're not on the platform.

Steph Lock shares her go-to R packages for every stage of the data science process:

Rachel Thomas and Jeremy Howard advocate thinking differently about AI development, and not falling into the trap of thinking "bigger is always better" when it comes to data (a sentiment I wholeheartedly agree with):

I wondered what was so different about Python compared to R when it comes to package management, and got some really thoughtful responses:

Twitter definitely has its bad side, but there's a lot of really interesting conversation on the platform as well. Click on each tweet to see the conversations these generated.

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